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July 2017

NDK, Tiderace, and Rebel Kayaks Demo Day

July 23 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
NDK and Tiderace Demo Day on Peaks Island

Come to Peaks Island to Try Out Boats Paddle to Peaks or take the ferry. Kayak Beach is about 200 feet North of the Casco Bay Lines ferry terminal on Peaks Island, which is to your left as you get off the ferry. We are just beyond the old boathouse with dark brown shingles. We'll  have our full demo fleet of Nigel Dennis Kayaks and Tiderace Kayaks on the beach, ready for test paddling. This is a great opportunity to…

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Wednesday Evening Mini Session

July 26 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
North Water waist tow

Go with the Tow Join us on Kayak Beach on Peaks Island this summer for our series of four free Wednesday evening mini sessions. Paddle to Peaks or take the ferry from Portland. Each evening will include some instruction, beginning at 6:00, and a chance to paddle and practice. Safety gear that we bring every time we go out on the water includes tows. In our third session, we’ll look at different kinds of tows and how they are used - from…

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FastTrack 1: INTENSIVE

July 28 - July 30
kayakers maneuvering sideways by rocky cliffs

Designed for athletic beginner, novice, and intermediate paddlers, MIKCo’s FastTrack courses have been highly effective at quickly tuning aspirants into paddlers on the sea. The FastTracks will push you farther, faster. FastTrack 1: INTENSIVE covers the fundamental building blocks of most sea paddling skills and rescues, with an equal emphasis on developing your seamanship: your judgmental skills of navigating, expeditioning, and appropriate bumpy water practice experience. Course-specific teaching methods are geared toward the quicker-learning paddlers willing to work for their…

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August 2017

Piscataqua River Trip and Demo Day

August 6
kayaker near an eddy line

Let’s meet up in on Maine's border with New Hampshire and ride the tides through the working and historical harbor town of Portsmouth. The Piscataqua River is wonderfully tidal many miles inland and empties a large watershed, which makes this a fun and exciting journey for those able to cope with currents and eddy lines, and maneuver around big boat traffic. We expect paddlers to have reasonable boat control and basic support strokes in order to take advantage of any…

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